Got an e-challan for violating traffic rules? Here is how to pay it online

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Published: November 8, 2019 6:24:01 PM

The driver's driving licence can also be suspended for 3 months, in case the matter is taken to court. Additionally, as punishment, one can also be charged with a fine, besides being jailed for up to 3 months or both.

Traffic Rules, Delhi Police, e challan, traffic penalty, helmet, motor insurance, helmet stall, traffic rule violation, heavy penalty,The owner of the car generally gets 60 days from the date of issue of the challan, to clear the e-challan.

With the increase in penalty for breaking traffic rules, people try to avoid traffic policemen after breaking a traffic rule. However, it’s not only the traffic policemen that can stop you for a driving offence. With cameras everywhere, most violators are now caught on camera for a driving error. Hence, it is necessary to be careful while driving on Delhi roads. Additionally, these cameras are equipped to capture a speeding vehicle and can even spot a vehicle in the dark.

So, if you are not caught by the traffic police while jumping signals, driving at a high speed or weaving through traffic, there is a high chance that you may get detected by a camera. And if caught on the cameras, depending on the offence made, drivers can get an e-challan. The e-challan is sent through an SMS on the driver’s registered mobile number. One can also get a physical notice at his/her registered address.

The owner of the car generally gets 60 days from the date of issue of the challan, to clear the e-challan. If the challan is not cleared by the deadline, for non-compliance, the challan can also be forwarded to the court. The driver’s driving licence can also be suspended for 3 months, in case the matter is taken to court. Additionally, as punishment, one can also be charged with a fine, besides being jailed for up to 3 months or both.

So if you have got an e-challan notice, here is how to pay it online:

  • Visit Delhi traffic police website, (delhitrafficpolice.nic.in.)
  • At the top of the page go to the ‘Notice’ dropdown menu section. Then click on ‘pending notice’.
  • Once you click on the pending notice tab, you will be re-directed to a page where you have to enter either your notice number or your vehicle registration number.
  • Now, click on the ‘search details’ tab. On the same screen, it will show if you have committed any offense after you have clicked on the search tab.
  • Once your details appear, go through your offense details properly to avoid making the same mistake in the future.
  • To proceed further, click on the ‘pay now’ tab.
  • After selecting the payment ID and the amount, select the ‘payment gateway’ through which you want to make the payment. (Currently, only through SBIePay payment gateway, payments can be made)
  • Once you accept the ‘terms and condition’, you can proceed further.
  • You can choose between credit card, debit card, Net-banking, as your mode of payment.
  • Enter your details for your net banking or debit card or credit card
  • After entering all the details, proceed further click on pay now.
  • After the payment has been made successfully, in your registered mobile number along with your transaction ID number you will receive a payment successful message.
  • For future references, you can also save the receipt in PDF form, by clicking on the receipt tab.

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